I did not know I was doing all this work for the GD deer. I was going to fence it in when I "felt like it" but the deer felt like eating the ballistic foliage before I felt like fencing it in!!! It's war. Between the weeping elm they ate, my hydrangeas, deer ticks, Lyme disease, now my tomatoes, I have absolutely zero sympathy for them or any other herbivore that wants to have his way with my efforts. Now I am feeling kinship with western cattle ranchers who shoot wolves. Not that I would ever shoot a wolf, but if one puts great effort into something and something else comes along and destroys that effort, ITS WAR!!!!!
David Benjamin- horticulture degree North Carolina State University graduated 1983, has worked at the nursery since 1976. Somewhat tired of eating grocery store food.